Business News: Patrick Pruniaux Appointed CEO Of Ulysse Nardin
Patrick Pruneaux takes over as CEO of Ulysse Nardin viable August 28.
Pruniaux replaces Patrik Hoffmann, who served Ulysse Nardin in fluctuated parts for almost 20 years, most as of late as CEO. Hoffmann was instrumental in progressing Ulysse Nardin from being one of only a handful few leftover family-possessed watch companies to its present status as a Kering subsidiary.
Outgoing CEO Patrik Hoffmann
Albert Bensoussan, CEO of Kering Luxury’s Watches and Jewelry division, commented: “I’m pleased to see a capable individual, for example, Patrick Pruniaux join Ulysse Nardin, which by and by delineates the allure of the Kering Group. His inside and out information on the watchmaking area, from item advancement to client relations, and conveyance, will be a significant resource in the continuous drive to build up this watchmaking House, expanding on its front line specialized mastery and unique character. I might want to say thanks to Patrik P. Hoffmann and honor the vital commitment he has made to the development and notoriety of Ulysse Nardin for just about two decades.”